Wine Cellar vignette

Continuing with smaller projects, I put together this wine cellar in a wine box kit. I bought the kit at the Chicago show last April–I had said to my husband: “I’m not buying any more kits!” Husband: “Oo, look at that one!” and points to the wine box. Sigh. I purchased. (It’s by Jill Castoral: https://jillcastoral.com/miniatures/. She has a lot of cute kits–check them out.)

 

The kit came with everything pictured: The box (a gift box for a bottle of full-size wine), the wood to make the cabinet and wine rack and crate, wine bottles, the wine barrel, etc.

It was easy as well–simple pieces to put together, but the result looks intricate. Lots of staining and aging in this one! Most of the time for this kit came from waiting for things to dry. But worth it.

Putting together small projects that took a few days to a week was relaxing and a good stress break.

I have now gone back to the interior of the Westville, and also started the Pickett Pond, a Robin Betterley kit I’ve had laying around for a while. Photos of that one as I go.

1 thought on “Wine Cellar vignette

  1. It’s Lovely and readily evokes an old world wine cellar –
    I bet your hubby is patting himself on the back for pointing it out to you! 😉😋

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